* These are good places to start your research. You’ve got a topic and you want an overview that helps you find an angle for your paper and points you to more in-depth resources. The sources below can help you with that.
- Call for ASHA Advisory Council Nominations
- When a Child Goes Silent A bilingual child stops speaking and nobody knows why. With no language to guide them, speech-language pathologists may struggle to determine whether the root cause is selective mutism, the silent period of second-language learning, or something else.
- A Misleading Account of Stuttering Treatment Research
First Stop Resources
Articles (Research Databases)
Database Cheat Sheet for Speech Pathology
Looking for ASHA Journals?
Main professional organization for SLPs. Publishes a series of journals (full-text articles available through CSU East Bay Databases), and other publications. Offers a lengthy list of topical resources for both professionals and the public.
NIDCD, one of the National Institutes of Health, conducts and supports research in the normal and disordered processes of hearing, balance, smell, taste, voice, speech and language. Look hear for research funding opportunities, but also for CSD-related health info.
Created and maintained by Judith Kuster, SLP and Professor at Minnesota¬¨‚Ä† State University, this site is an excellent directory of CSD and SLP resources on the web.¬¨‚Ä† Includes much clinical and professional resource guidance.